EARS continues to work with the dogs rescued from a hoarding situation in North Carolina where 68 dogs were removed from a home. It has been a challenge for our fosters because these dogs were basically feral, having had little human contact. The dogs all seem to be about two years old. Some have made great progress, while others still need more socialization and rehabilitation. We are very blessed to have two dog behaviorists working with the dogs and fosters. Some of the dogs are in foster homes with former EARS' dogs, and we love watching the full-circle moment of the rescued helping the rescues. Two of the dogs tested positive for heartworm and are undergoing treatment.